Astrochemist joins Pontifical Academy of Sciences

Astrochemist joins Pontifical Academy of Sciences

Ewine van Dishoek was appointed by Pope Francis to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, an international academy of 80 leading scientists from around the world. She currently is the president of the IAU, which is the international astronomical organization that counts...
CTNS public forum to focus on gravitational waves

CTNS public forum to focus on gravitational waves

The Center for Theology and Natural Sciences at the Graduate Theological Union is planning a virtual event featuring the work of Russell Fellow Dr. Kirk Wegter-McNelly, who is a theologian whose work focuses on the implications of contemporary physics for our...
Davidson religion and science professor to retire

Davidson religion and science professor to retire

Andy Lustig, the inaugural Holmes Rolston III Professor of Religion and Science at Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina, announced his retirement at the end of the 2020-2021 academic year.  Much of Lustig’s work has centered on biomedical ethics, having...
Can artificial intelligence make moral decisions?

Can artificial intelligence make moral decisions?

Duke University ethics professor in the Department of Philosophy and the Kenan Institute for Ethics, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, has been leading an interdisciplinary team looking at the decisions that surgeons need to make surrounding kidney transplants. The most...
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